The electrolysis process is an electrochemical process based on the surface ionization properties and has advanced technical properties and appearance compared to other polishing methods, which are referred to below in some of these cases.
Most of the mechanical machining systems, to achieve a smooth and glossy surface, crystallize the metal surface, smudges, bends, and fatigue, and sometimes even fails. Electropolishing performs the loading process from the surface by creating a pattern that is completely free from any fatigue and obstruction. In this way, the surface is smooth and often microscopically microscopic. In addition, in many metallic and non-metallic alloys, corrosion resistance and metal deactivation also increase. It processes the metal piece either microscopically or macroscopically. Microscopic polishing brings brilliance and macroscopic polishing to smooth the piece. Pleasure is done sooner because the flow density is higher in the lobes and oxygen protects the holes.
Because the piece is exposed to oxygen, there is no hydrogen tightness in the piece. In fact, electrolysis is a kind of hot and cold without fatigue, which polishes the surface of the unit dehydrogenation.
Another advantage is that the bacterium can not be replicated well on a hydrogen-free surface and an empty line of microscopic scratches. This makes Electropoulos an appropriate choice for use in medicine, pharmaceuticals, semiconductors and food industries, chemical reactors and decorative artifacts, which have a high level of gloss and level of characteristics of the products of these industries. The combination of two features of the lack of directional lines due to mechanical and non-hydrogen-free surface contributes to a completely hygienic surface where no bacteria or contamination can reproduce or accumulate.